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Aalberts Industries N.V. is a Dutch manufacturer of self-described "mission-critical systems", founded by Jan Aalberts in 1975. It is now based in over 50 countries. It is a public company.
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Aalberts Industries

Aalberts Industries

Aalberts Industries N.V.
Naamloze vennootschap
Traded as EuronextAALB
Industry Manufacturing, engineering
Founded 1975
Headquarters Langbroek, Netherlands
Key people

Wim Pelsma (CEO)
John Eijgendaal (CFO)

Oliver Jäger (Executive Director)
Revenue 2,201 million (end 2014)[1]
€168 million (end 2014)[1]
Total assets €2,454 million (end 2014)[1]
Total equity €1,176 million (end 2014)[1]
Number of employees
14,492 (end 2014)[1]
Website www.aalberts.com

Aalberts Industries N.V. is a Dutch manufacturer of self-described "mission-critical systems", founded by Jan Aalberts in 1975. It is now based in over 50 countries.[2] It is a public company.


The group consists of four businesses: Building Installations, Climate Control, Industrial Controls and Industrial Services.

Building Installations produces and sells complete piping systems and valves to distribute and control water or gas in heating, cooling, (drinking) water, gas and sprinkler installations in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. The business focuses on installers, contractors and wholesalers.

Climate Control develops and produces complete hydronic systems-from source to emitter- for heating and cooling systems. The systems are designed for residential, commercial and industrial buildings, both new build and renovation. The business focuses on building owners, specifying institutes and project developers.

Industrial Controls develops and produces regulation and control systems and high-end custom made products for selected niche markets (i.a. semiconductor, oil & gas and district energy, beer & soft drink). The business focuses on engineers and (worldwide) Key Accounts.

Industrial Services offers a combination of advanced material know-how, production expertise and high-grade local services for specific end markets (i.a. automotive, machine build, turbine & aerospace and industry). A worldwide production and service network of more than 80 locations handles and improves the material properties of customer products. The business focuses on regional customers, engineers and (global) Key Accounts.

Aalberts Industries became public in 1987, with an annual revenue of 22 million Euro.

In 2006, Aalberts Industries acquired Comap S.A. of France, Pemag S.A. of Spain and Holmgrens Försäljnings A.B. of Sweden. All these companies now create products for the Flow control group.

Other acquired companies over the last years include KAN Sp. of Poland, the French division of Thomson Genlis S.A., Eloxal-Werk-Burg of Germany and Lasco Fittings Inc. of the USA. Most recently, it has acquired Conbraco Industries, producer of Apollo Valves,[3] in June 2010.[4] and Ventrex Automotive (09/2015).

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Annual Report 2014". Aalberts Industries. Retrieved 10 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "do you really know aalberts?". Aalberts Industries. Retrieved 2 May 2018. 
  3. ^ "Apollo Valves in Russia". Retrieved 2013-09-02. 
  4. ^ "Conbraco Industries Joins The Aalberts Industries Family". Archived from the original on 2 March 2011. Retrieved 2 May 2018. 

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